Pakistan expects its security fears are met: COAS

CANBERRA: Army chief General Qamar Bajwa has conveyed to the Australian leadership that while Pakistan will continue to support peace efforts in the region, it expects its "security concerns are also addressed", the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has said.
The COAS expressed the remarks during his meetings with Australia's civil and military leaders on Monday. He is in Canberra, Australia on a two-day official tour.
"Upon arrival at the Defence Forces Headquarters in Canberra, COAS was given a tri-service Guard of Honour," the military's media wing said in a statement.
Gen Qamar called on Australian army chief Lt Gen Angus J. Campbell and naval chief Vice Admiral Timothy Barrett.
Later, he met Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, as well as defence minister